Adult : $588 / $698 for free flow champagne
3 hrs complimentary parking
Still remembered when W first came to Hong Kong, there were so much rave about their free flow champagne Sunday Brunch. Well, after 5 years .. YEA it’s W’s fifth b’day this year.
I got to Brunch it up!!
The Kitchen was located at the 6th floor and once you get ouf of the elevator turned right your will be greeted by this creature – A white peacock ( if I have it right)
The Kitchen was nicely decorated and with the panoramic view of the South China Sea made your Sunday morning most relaxing and layback. A thumbs up escaped if you can’t afford a trip abroad.
The brunch started from noon to 3:00, we ended up staying there till 4:00. The waiters were acutally very nice and they didn’t rush you out once it was over. In addition, they were very quick and promted in terms of refilling your glass, collecting your plates and extra detail minded when it came to children. They offered high chairs and childen cutleries for toddlers and the number of children in the restaurant were overwhelming.
Like Kitchen Table – W Taipei they had a great selection on freshly squeezed juices: orange, apple, grapefruit, pineapple, mango… you name it, most surprisingly that they had Guava juice – A taste of taiwan when I was on holiday.
I loved their yoghurt it went well with the fresh raspberry and the berries sauce, reminded me of NZ diary products.
Kitchen @ W hong Kong was known for its fine selection on hams and cheeses, for their brunch there were Serrano and Prosciutto alongside with other cold cuts. The foie gras & berries garden tasted interesting, that was my first time having foie gras with berry gelo and berries sauce.
I was abit disappointed by their Wagyu mini burger and the egg benedict.
Wagyu mini burger – beef patty was hard and well done unlike the usually juicy and tender patty that you get fromt the burger shop.
Egg Benedict – like most of the egg benedict in Hong Kong this was a hard boiled egg with cheesey sauce.
They had a big selection on dessert too, from ice cream and cakes to popcorn!!! YES popcorn, they had a popcorn n hot dog section, may b it’s for movie after brunch ???
The chocolate display was quite impressive and you saw people dig in the display trying to find the chocolate that they like. I wished that they have the jumping candy chocolate here, I had it for my birthday two years back and I could never forget it.
They had Haagen-dazs ice cream here and I did prefer having the W made gelato.
The tiramisu in the pot was an other highlight, I had this a few years back in Season – Taipei and that was an ice cream with chocolate crumbs. This one here was a tiramisu mainly with the mascarpone cheese and could hardly taste the coffee.
Now I want to try out the Sunday Bubblisimo @ W taipei
Until next time Hong Kong, I will miss you!